TIIE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER December 6, 1963 Lawrence James and Mrs. Tom Rynearson. High score was won by Mrs. James the cut, by Mrs. Rynearson and consolation by Mrs. Butler. lOcMlcmifl Reports Bridge Club Johnson entertained the members of her Bridge Club at her home on Tuesday evenig of last week. At the conclusion of the card games, the hostess served a delicious lunch to Mrs. Curtis Butler, Mrs. Frank McCabe, Mrs. Darrell Franks, Mrs. Jerald Drussell, Mrs. Floyd Evans, Mrs. Joseph Bernini, and two special guests,' Mrs. Mrs. LUe I Ted Have Head SKIS IN RENTAL a pair for a see G and day Rent for yourself why Heads are the most talked about skis, on every slope, everywhere in the world. O. E. S. Mrs. Helen Oberley of Salt Lake City, Grand Lecturer of the Grand Chapter of Utah, Order of Eastern Star, made her official visitation to Tin-ti- c Chapter No 18, Monday evening. Mrs. Mary Horton, worthy grand matron of Tintic Chapter, opened the meeting. She was assisted by Floyd Nash, worthy grand patron. Mrs. Horton welcomed Mrs. Oberley and then turned the time over to the Grand Lecturer. Mrs. Oberley gave instructions to the members and also gave an excellent talk on the Star Point, Ada. Twenty members from the Provo Chapter, were in attendance at the meeting. At the close of the Chapter-M- r. and Mrs. Joseph Roach, served a tasty lunch. Ladles of Elks Ladies of Elks met in regular session on Tuesday evening, at the club rooms, with Vice president, Thelma Roberts, presiding. A routine business' session was disposed of and final plans were made for the Christmas Banquet to be held on Tuseday, Dec. 17, at Lucille's Lounge. All wives of Elks who wish to join the organization arc invited to attend. There will be a choice of three menus, and reservations must be made by Dec. 13, stating choice along with reservation. Call Marie 8 Evans at for reservations. After the business of the evening had been completed, a social hour was enjoyed, with Bridge furnishing the diversion. High score was won by Mrs. Barbara Jolley, the cut by Mrs. Naomi Cushing, and the raffle by Mrs. Thelma Roberts. Mrs. Robin McCabe, hostess for the evening, served tasty refreshments. 433-662- Airs. Earlean Gear was an guest on Friday, of her brother and his wife, Mr. over-nig- ht SKI.-O- OSWxEHCILCfllL Mr. and Mrs. Gary Foulger are proud parents of a baby boy bom Nov. 24, in the Granger Valley View Hospital. welcome The guy weighed in at 7 lbs. 5 oz. New mother is the former Ileene McNeil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McNeil, who are pleased to spread the good news. Other happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert little Foulger of Salt Lake. Duo hosts shower for bride-ele- ct Mrs. Terry Kay, Miss Chyrle Thomas( and Miss Shanna Ryan were at a personal shower for Miss Mary Ellen Ferguson, bride-eleof The the month. shower was given at the home of Mrs- Kay. A variety of games provided the evenings entertainment and delicious refreshments were served. The guest of honor was the recipient of some lovely scs ct - gifts. and Mrs. George Cromar at their home in Magna. She spent Saturday in Salt Lake. Mrs. Dora Rose, Mrs. lily Erickson, Mrs. Bessie Toone of Eureka; and Agnes Clement of Tureka; were in Spanish Fork on Monday, attending the greveside services for Mrs. Josephine Stapley. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Boswell were their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilde and three children of Dugway; and a son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Boswell and daughter, Annette Those attending were Mrs. Lila Roberts, Mrs. Mary Schow, Airs. Mary Ellen Bate, the guest of honor, Miss Ferguson and the three hostesses IN DOWNTOWN PROVO of Tooele. There Is Always Something New in HEAD SKIS THE MOST TALKED ABOUT Page Three N EVERY SLOPE... EVERYWHERE IN THE WORLD We have Head Slds le use a pair for a rental and for yourselt see day Head Is the original ski engineered ... for the ultimate fun In siding and satisfaction. Style 2735 Last Tan Hampton Calf CLYDE 19.95 Other Styles 26.95 Ftnt Im Qmmtitgt NumBush ANKLB.PABHIONID SNOBS Nunn-Bus- li Quality Doesnt Cost . . .It Pays! Real intelligence is hard to acquire ... but much of it in America and elsewhere is shod in Nunn-Bus- h Shoes I Exclusive Ankle-Fashionin- offers g improved comfort and finer appearance. tip Has automatic temperature control. Keep warm drawer is wonderful for hot rolls, pies, hot hors d oeuvres, and warming plates. Tray top has hot spot for keeping beverages hot. Aluminum satin finish framework. Electric Carving Knife You can carve meat like a professional with it. Slices vegetables paper-thi- n, cuts clean even through hard, crusty bread and soft cake frostings. Electric Broiler-Rotisser- ie Smart, new design. Cooks wonderfully without smoke or spattering. Juices fall into handy drip pan, which cleans in stainless body sudsy water. Come-apapermits easy cleaning. rt import Soft HOOVERS 74 West Center Electric Warming Tray Provo V I'